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Domestic Movies With English Subtitles

2006/01/26 | Permalink | Source

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005)

Seoul Selection Bookstore

Saturday at noon

The film is the last statement of the revenge trilogy by director Park Chan-wook about a woman who tries to take revenge on a man who puts her in a miserable situation. In the movie, Kum-ja (played by Lee Young-ae) is falsely charged with the kidnapping and murder of a boy, and is jailed for 13 years. While serving her sentence, she seems to be completely enlightened but she has long prepared for the deadly revenge on the boy's actual murderer.

Seoul Selection Bookstore is near Anguk Station, Subway line 3.

Tickets: 3,000 won.

Details: (02) 734-9565 or Open the link

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